It all depends how far along are you in this deal? Are you the highest offer accepted by the seller or are you already in contract and the bank has accepted your offer? Shortsales are more time consuming than regular sales so before you withdraw, find out where you stand and see if the wait is worth it. If you need any help, please call me and I can answer any questions you like. Thank you!
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Thank you for your recent inquiry. Short sales can be tough at times for both buyer & seller, especially with no communication. I am a CDPE, Certified Distressed Property Expert, & specialize in selling short sales & forclosures. I'd be happy to assist you & answer any questions you may have.
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Short sale transactions sometimes take a very long time. If you are unable to wait it out, withdraw your offer.
But certainly, have someone give you the status.
Are you the owner or the one making the offer?
That is the first of the questions that we need to have an answer to as it is not too clear and then based on that answer a few more questions for you and then we can figure out what your options might be.
Best of luck either way!
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